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In an effort to understand how STEM practitioners around the country are engaging with data literacy in their space, we’re launching a series of interviews. First, I’m sitting down with Jim Bader, the Executive Director of the Leonard Gelfand STEM Center at Case Western Reserve University. We chat about exploring data literacy at a K-12 STEM outreach center, Jim offers some resources to other educators looking to incorporate more data literacy into their work, and we consider how data is not necessarily “good” or “bad” - it just is. As Jim says, “students often struggle with that kind of ambiguity.” I hope you learn something from this interview - I certainly did!

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Invitations to Inquiry with FieldScope Lessons

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Data Literacy at the Leonard Gelfand STEM Center

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